We've put together a rough guide of key trends you need to know about for 2015 with the help of the buying team at Harvey Nichols.
These are the hottest wearable trends that will have you turning heads next year and where to shop them now.
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1. Ear cuffs
Everyone from Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Watson and Rihanna through to Cara Delevingne has been wearing them, the Spring/Summer 2015 runway scene vamped them up in a big way and the look is OTT bling.
The ear cuff remains to be the hottest accessory going and they're made to be seen, so the sparklier the better.
Note: worn best with a sleek updo or a braided grungy down 'do a la Cara below.
2. The 1970s
This era was revisited by Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Acne and Derek Lam on the Spring/Summer 2015 catwalk. The vibe is multi-textured and tailored - think flares, denim jumpsuits, platforms, suede jackets, Aviators and neck scarves.
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3. Sports luxe
If you love you some sports-infused gear, you'll be happy to know that neoprene is still the fabric du jour for 2015.
This year's Alexander Wang x H&M collection coveted that sporty-cool look, as did Cara Delevingne's capsule for DKNY but next year brands like Balenciaga, Topshop Unique, Jean Paul Gaultier and Carven have taken visors, bowling bags and every-weather gear to all new levels of luxe.
Key things to invest in: a one-piece for the beach/pool and an embellished mesh dress.
That classic forever colour trend is going nowhere. Chanel's front man, Karl Lagerfeld and all-round emperor of black and white, sent his models down the S/S 2015 runway two-by-two in geometric monochrome looks to die for.
Semi-sheer and paired with a good loafer? Genius.
5. Graphic florals
Flowers have had a stylish overhaul making this the ultimate print to go for next summer. Top to toe like the Marni, Celine and Erdem catwalk shows says pure confidence, as will the slicked back wet-look hair.
Go big, go bold.
Get ahead of the game and shop these killer trends now on the high street. As ever, Topshop, H&M, Asos, Net-a-Porter and Zara have it all sussed.